Aruba Networks certifications
Aruba Certified Switching Professional (ACSP)
Aruba Certified Mobility Associate (ACMA)
Aruba Certified Mobility Professional (ACMP)
Established program with various learning tracks and a range of certifications.
Certifications identify technical knowledge and skills, design, deployment, and management in complex settings.
BICSI Technician (TECH)
Focused on supporting information technology systems, BICSI is a professional association with more than 26,000 members in approximately 100 countries.
The TECH credential is a midlevel certification targeting those with 1-3 years of documented industry experience.
The credential identifies professionals who understand and can apply installation-specific information, lead installation teams, perform testing and troubleshooting on copper and optical fiber installations, evaluate applications of cabling installation, make recommendations regarding codes and standards, and perform retrofits and upgrades for existing infrastructures.
Cisco Certified Network Associate Routing and Switching (CCNA)
Cisco Certified Network Professional Enterprise Certification and Training (CCNP Enterprise)
CCIE Enterprise Infrastructure Certification and Training
CCIE Enterprise Wireless Certification and Training
Cisco has a well-known and highly developed certification portfolio.
Certifications in this category are aimed at candidates interested in building careers in wired and wireless networking techniques and technologies, network design, or routing and switching technologies.
Certification paths range from entry level to expert.
Certifications are targeted to network specialists, administrators, support engineers and design engineers.
CIW (Certified Internet Web Professional)
CIW Network Technology Associate
Entry-level certification developed by CIW (formerly called Certification Partners).
The target audience includes technical sales, support engineers, network administrators, product managers and engineers.
Content focuses on mastering the basics of networking and exploring key concepts, skills and core terms to prepare candidates for job readiness in networking, internet protocols, network security, and more.
This is one of the most popular general networking certifications in the world.
It targets candidates seeking careers as network administrators, technicians or installers, help desk technicians, and IT cable installers.
Recognized or required by the Department of Defense, Dell, HP, Ricoh, Sharp and Xerox. Also required for Apple Consultants Network membership.
Certified Wireless Network Professional (CWNP)
Certified Wireless Network Administrator (CWNA)
Certified Wireless Design Professional (CWDP)
Certified Wireless Analysis Professional (CWAP)
Certified Wireless Network Expert (CWNE)
Established certification program offering a full complement of certifications ranging from entry-level to professional career certifications.
Certifications focus on enterprise Wi-Fi skills.
CWNP also offers Certified Wireless Security Professional (CWSP) and Certified Wireless Network Trainer (CWNT) credentials.
Electronics Technicians Association (ETA) International certifications
Computer Service Technician (CST)
Information Technology Security (ITS)
Network Computer Technician (NCT)
Network Systems Technician (NST)
Wireless Network Technician (WNT)
ETA offers more than 90 certifications targeting electronics professionals.
ETA is accredited by the International Certification Accreditation Council and has issued more than 180,000 certifications.
Extreme Networks certifications
Extreme Networks Certified Specialist (ECS)
Extreme Networks Sales Specialist (ESS)
Extreme Networks Design Specialist (EDS)
These technical certifications focus on practical, hands-on training to support and optimize an organization’s networks.
Multiple concentrations are available.
Hurricane Electric Internet Services certifications
Hurricane Electric IPv6 Certification
This free online certification project validates skills in basic IPv6 concepts.
Certification exam includes IP address format, reverse DNS, localhost address, default routing, documentation prefix, link-local prefix, multicast prefix, traceroute, and IPv6 server configuration.
IPv6 Forum certifications
IPv6 Forum Silver or Gold Certified Engineer
The IPv6 Education Certification Logo Program promotes IPv6 education and helps candidates build skills to foster swifter adoption of IPv6.
Courses focus on practical application and consist of both instructor-led and hands-on lab instruction.
Juniper Networks certifications
Juniper Networks Certified Specialist Enterprise Routing and Switching (JNCIS-ENT)
Juniper Networks Certified Professional Enterprise Routing and Switching (JNCIP-ENT)
Juniper Networks Certified Expert Enterprise Routing and Switching (JNCIE-ENT)
JNCIS-ENT, JNCIP-ENT and JNCIE-ENT are vendor-specific credentials that address installation and support of LAN/WAN routers and switches in Juniper Networks’ technology-based networks.
Credential holders possess skills necessary to support large enterprise environments.
Nokia Network Routing Specialist II (NRS II)
This certification is for intermediate network professionals experienced with IP and Ethernet technologies.
NRS II certification recognizes advanced networking and service offerings that build on core aspects of Nokia service routing. The certification covers internet routing protocols, IP/MPLS networks, and implementing Nokia Layer 2 and Layer 3 services.
Note that Alcatel-Lucent operates as part of the Nokia Group. This certification was known as the Alcatel-Lucent Network Routing Specialist II (NRS II), and some study guides still refer to it as such.
Oracle Certified Expert, Oracle Solaris 11 Network Administrator
Oracle has a well-established vendor-specific certification program. This certification validates the technical skills of system administrators who work with LANs and the Oracle Solaris operating system (Oracle Solaris OS).
The credential was formerly Sun Certified Network Administrator (SCNA).
Palo Alto certifications
Palo Alto Networks Certified Network Security Engineer (PCNSE)
PCNSE credential holders possess knowledge and technical skills necessary to install, configure and implement Palo Alto Networks technologies at the advanced engineering level.
The credential is targeted to partners, system engineers, system integrators, support engineers, pre-sales system engineers, support staff or anyone using Palo Alto Network technologies.
Riverbed Professional Services (RPS) certifications
Riverbed Certified Performance Engineering (RCPE)
The Riverbed Certified Performance Engineering (RCPE) program has several tracks, including WAN optimization, network and infrastructure visibility, network configuration, and more. Courses span foundational, associate and professional levels.
RPS changed its education program from product-focused how-tos to a learning environment that teaches how to consider business needs, obstacles and solutions.
SolarWinds Certified Professional (SCP)
Credential validates skills in networking management fundamentals, network management planning, network management operations, network fault and performance troubleshooting, and Orion NPM administration.
The SCP is an accredited certification.
Vendor-specific credential for professionals who use Wireshark to analyze network traffic and then use that information to troubleshoot, optimize and secure networks.
Wireshark is considered the de facto open-source product for network protocol analysis, with more than 400,000 downloads per month.
The WCNA exam was certified by the U.S. Army in 2009 and covers Wireshark functionality, TCP/IP network communications, and network troubleshooting and security.
Raleigh, N.C. — Juniper Level Botanic Garden in Raleigh will be open to the public for two weekends this summer.
The 28-acre educational, research and display garden will be open July 15-17 and July 22-24 for self-guided tours plant purchases and free gardening walks with experts. The garden is home to more than 27,000 different kinds of plants.
Admission is free. The garden will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 1 to 5 p.m. on Sunday. The "Gardening Unplugged" series will feature experts talking about specific areas of interest or concern in the garden. That series will be held at 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on open garden days.
“This series is free, part of our educational outreach, and no reservations are required. Just check the schedule, find your Topic of interest, and meet at the welcome tent," founder and proprietor Tony Avent said.
Avent and his wife Anita gifted the garden to North Carolina State University. Tony Avent went to school at N.C. State and studied under the late J.C. Raulston in the 1970s.
2022 Gardening Unplugged Schedule (no reservations needed, just meet at the tent)
To find the gardens via your GPS, input 9241 Sauls Road in Raleigh.
Median age of the 190 children whose parents completed the questionnaires at presentation was 2.56 years (IQR, 1.13 to 5.91), and 55% (n = 104) were male. More than 80% of children had ≥ 5 visits to the doctor, and 53% (n = 101) made > 10 doctor visits for coughing illness in the last 12 months (Fig 1); 54% of parents (n = 103) had attended > 20 doctor appointments in their life for their child's coughing illness. The majority of parents (76%, n = 144) had consulted at least three different types of medical practitioners for their child's cough; 58 children (30.5%) had seen four or more different types of medical practitioners. Referral to a respiratory specialist was initiated by 34% of parents (n = 65).
Histogram depicting the high frequency of doctor visits for the child's current coughing illness.
Table 1 and Table 2 show the median values and IQRs for the responses for all 50 questions relating to the burden of cough. Questions that caused the greatest concern have a lower score and are shown. The 13 items that were the greatest burden (median score < 3.5) were feelings of frustration, upset, sleepless nights, awakened at night, helpless, stressed, and sorry for child ( Table 1 ); and the items that bothered the parents most were cause of cough, serious illness, child not sleeping well, and causing damage ( Table 2 ). Table 1 and Table 2 also demonstrate which of the items are included in the PC-QOL clinical impact 27-item scale (PC-QOL-CI) and PC-QOL psychometric 26-item scale (PC-QOL-Psy).
Both the PC-QOL-CI and the PC-QOL-Psy total burden scores were significantly negatively correlated to doctor visits in the last 12 months (Spearman r = –0.29, p < 0.001, vs Spearman r = -0.28, p < 0.001; n = 190), to DASS total score (Spearman r = -0.25, p = 0.04, vs Spearman r = -0.38, p < 0.001; n = 136), and to cough score (Spearman r = -0.17, p = 0.042, vs Spearman r = -0.23, p = 0.005; n = 147), but not to age (Spearman r = 0.01, p = 0.875, vs Spearman r = -0.10, p = 0.183; n = 190), or to Spence total score (Spearman r = -0.20, p = 0.372, vs Spearman r = -0.19, p = 0.395; n = 22). There was no significant correlation between the DASS and Spence scores (Spearman r = -0.05, p = 0.838; n = 22). The different demo sizes reflect the different numbers who responded to each of the questionnaires.
At time 1, there was no difference in DASS scores of parents of children who had ceased coughing (n = 49) vs those who were still coughing (n = 32) on follow-up ( Table 3 ). At time 2, median DASS scores were significantly lower (ie, less psychomorbidity, p = 0.004) in those whose children had ceased coughing when compared to those whose children were still coughing. DASS score was also significantly different between the two times in the group who had ceased coughing (p = 0.0001), but there was no difference in those whose cough did not cease (p = 0.959). These results were also confirmed for each of the subscales of the DASS (depression, anxiety, and stress), with median scores for the group whose children had ceased coughing significantly lower than for the group with children still coughing ( Table 3 ).
Total scores for both PC-QOL-CI and PC-QOL-Psy burden scales were not significantly different between the cease-coughing and not-cease-coughing groups at time 1 (p = 0.598 and p = 0.543, respectively) but were different at time 2 (p < 0.001 for both), with those who had ceased coughing communicating significantly less burden than those who had not ceased coughing.
Across the testing times, the burden score improved in both groups for both scales defined on whether cough had ceased or not ( Table 3 ). However, the improvement in burden score (time 2 minus time 1) was significantly better in the group of children whose cough had resolved than in the group that was still coughing (p < 0.001 for both scales; median difference, 2.74 [IQR, 1.19 to 4.11]), and median difference, 1.02 [IQR, - 0.56 to 1.94], respectively, for PC-QOL-CI; and median difference, 2.08 [IQR 0.94 to 277], and median difference, 0.94 [IQR, - 0.20 to 1.57], respectively, for PC-QOL-Psy).
A new study from Juniper Research has found cumulative merchant losses to online payment fraud globally between 2023 and 2027 will exceed $343 billion. As a comparison, this equates to over 350% of Apple's reported net income in the 2021 fiscal year; showing the massive extent of these losses.
Online payment fraud includes losses across the sales of digital goods, physical goods, money transfer transactions and banking, as well as purchases like airline ticketing. Fraudster attacks can include phishing, business email compromise and socially engineered fraud.Innovation Needed in Fraud Prevention Strategies
The research found that in order to combat rising fraud, fraud prevention vendors must orchestrate the right mix of verification tools, at the most effective point in the customer journey, to best protect users, but that this will require significant capabilities to achieve.
Report author Nick Maynard explained: "Fundamentally, no two online transactions are the same, so the way transactions are secured cannot follow a one-size-fits-all solution. Payment fraud detection and prevention vendors must build a multitude of verification capabilities, and intelligently orchestrate different solutions depending on circumstances, in order to correctly protect both merchants and users."
Physical Goods Largest Fraud Area
The research identified physical goods purchases as the largest single source of losses; accounting for 49% of cumulative online payment fraud losses globally over the next 5 years, growing by 110%. Lax address verification processes in developing markets are a major fraud risk, with fraudsters targeting physical goods specifically, due to their resell potential. As such, it recommends merchants adopt strong anti-fraud measures, including multiple sources of address verification and multi-factor authentication to reduce fraudulent incidents for physical goods merchants.
Online Payment Fraud market research: https://www.juniperresearch.com/researchstore/fintech-payments/online-payment-fraud-research-report
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melin Launches Adventure Club Parks Collection
melin’s Adventure Club Parks Collection is Packable, Durable, Lightweight, and Quick Drying
Inspired by majestic California adventure spots, melin introduces the Adventure Club Parks Collection designed for the ultimate explorer. melin’s fully packable collection includes eight hats inspired by the beauty of Joshua Tree, Big Sur, Yosemite, and Redwood National Parks. Built to travel with you wherever you go, the hats come with a small custom packable pouch and have a clean design featuring reflective accents and durable, lightweight, quick drying technology. Each purchase of the Adventure Club Parks Collection will support melin’s partnership with the National Park Foundation.
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The new Adventure Club Parks Collection was made for escaping the outdoors. Get outside with this limited release! (Photo: Business Wire)
Adventurer and Overland specialist, AJ van de Water aka @Fotornr put the Adventure Club Park Collection to the test as he explored key destinations within three of California’s National Parks. The Hydro collection is fit for rugged adventures and new experiences with durable water-resistant exteriors and antimicrobial sweatbands that fight bacteria while you hike, rock climb, and escape the indoors.
As an ultimate outdoorsman, melin ambassador Dylan Efron can get lost in nature with these hats inspired by some of our country’s greatest treasures. These hats are designed to adventure in all day, clean up, wear out in town, and look respectable.
melin is proud to support the work of the National Park Foundation, the official charity of the Adventure Club Parks Collection, with this limited release to help conserve the parks for years to come. A percentage of proceeds from each hat sold will benefit the National Park Foundation.
The Adventure Club Parks Collection arrives at $79 in eight styles. Designed for the desert explorer are the HYDRO A-Game Crushed Sand and HYDRO Pace Adventure Sand; inspired by the beauty of Joshua Tree. Hit the coastal beauty of California’s central coast with the Big Sur-influenced HYDRO A-Game Crushed Ocean and HYDRO Pace Adventure Ocean styles. Imagine yourself under the giant sequoias of Yosemite with the HYDRO A-Game Crushed Stone and HYDRO Pace Adventure Stone. Built to travel wherever you go, sport the beauty of Redwood National Park with HYDRO A-Game Crushed Juniper and HYDRO Pace Adventure Juniper styles. The Adventure Club Parks Collection features:
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Watering is one of the most important parts of gardening. If you are a first-time gardener, it can be difficult to tell if you are watering your plants enough — or too much, as the case may be. Figuring this out, though, is essential to the health and output of your plants.
Kate Garland, horticultural specialist at the University of Maine Cooperative Extension, said that plants may be more forgiving of too much or too little watering depending on whether you are gardening in the ground, in a raised bed or in a container.
“When you’re gardening in the ground — and I include raised beds in that situation — it’s typically a lot more forgiving because your moisture can migrate to other places away from the roots pretty easily,” Garland said. “You tend to not have as many situations where you’re overwatering. Container gardening, especially early in the season there is a risk, even if you have drain holes in your pots.”
There are a few signs of overwatering that you can watch out for in your garden.
“Yellowing of leaves is really a common one,” Garland said. “That’s showing that you’re leaching a lot of the nutrients right out of the soil. Your plants might not have a robust root system because of that. Sometimes the symptoms almost look like drought systems because plants can’t take up the water that’s there.”
Underwatering has signs, too, but plants can recover more quickly from a little dryness.
“Definitely you’ll see wilting leaves in a lot of cases,” Garland said. “Plants can recover pretty readily from experiencing wilting leaves. You don’t want it to happen very regularly in your plants but it’s not the end of the world if your plants are a little underwatered occasionally. Overall, it will reduce your yield.”
Underwatering can be more of a problem in container gardens, though.
“In the case of certain crops you may get blossom end rot in container gardens or well-drained gardens, [where] plants aren’t able to take up calcium, which is really important for developing fruit,” she said. “For container gardens, it can be really helpful to mulch [with an] extra layer of compost on top or straw [to] encourage more consistent soil moisture.”
The best technique, regardless, is to water deeper and less frequently.
“Less frequent, deep waterings are preferred,” Garland said. “That will help the plants establish a deeper root system. If you do frequent, shallow watering, they will have a more shallow root system.”
A good rule of thumb for growing plants, Garland said, is to water at least one inch deep per week. She has a test that she likes to use: the finger test.
“After I water, just stick my finger in a little ways just to see if I have soaked through to at least that depth for young seedlings,” Garland said. “Root system of established plants is usually in the top six to eight inches.”
Once you have figured out how long it takes to water to that depth, you can start going by time instead of measuring. For children’s gardening classes that she used to teach, Garland said that she would tell kids to sing the ABCs three times as they watered their raised beds.
“Once you know how long it takes you to do it and get a good deep watering you can maybe time yourself instead of doing a finger test every time and do it that way,” Garland said. “It’s hard to supply a blanket statement. It depends on your water pressure basically.”
Garland also recommended buying a rain gauge for your garden to get a sense of how much watering nature is accomplishing at any given time.
“Most people are really surprised at how little rain we typically get,” Garland said. “It oftentimes is only a tenth to a quarter of an inch per rain event. Supplemental water is typically needed for most gardens. [Plus,] it seems to be a dry season so far. I’m not a meteorologist or anything but I’m surprised how dry the soils are already.”
For container gardens, you can also tip your pot to gauge how much water has been added by weight.
“If it’s a smaller pot you can tip the pot a little bit,” Garland said. “You get to know the weight of the pot and how much a well-watered pot will weigh. Even if you’re lazy and in a hurry, tip it over with your foot a little bit.”
New York City-based Criterion Group announced the $45.3 million acquisition of eight industrial outdoor storage properties across six states, including a 57-acre site at 3340 W. Norfolk Road in Portsmouth, its first investment in Virginia.
Continental Windwood Centre LLC sold Windwood Centre, a 78,619-square-foot office building at 780 Lynnhaven Parkway in Virginia Beach to Seminole Trail Annex LLC for $12.15 million. Jason Oliver and Michael Divaris represented the seller.
Ellavue LLC purchased a 2,940-square-foot-retail building on 0.92 acres for $995,000. Susan Pender represented the seller, Wells Fargo Bank N.A.
Suffolk Northgate LLC purchased 33.4 acres in Northgate commerce park in Suffolk for $2.01 million from Upton Farms Inc. Charles Dickinson handled this transaction.
T James Monopoly LLC purchased a 3,400-square-foot industrial property on 2.52 acres at 714 Stapleton St. and 3500-3502 Westminster Ave. in Norfolk for $749,000 from CS Terminals LLC. Charles Dickinson represented the buyer.
Austrian LLC purchased 3,000 square feet of office space at 644 Independence Parkway, Suite 400, in Chesapeake for $550,000 from The Melick Group LLC. Lindsay Himelright handled this transaction.
NTSH LLC purchased a 5,634-square-foot office property at 3802 Poplar Hill Road, Unit L&J, in Chesapeake for $345,000 from Optimal Realty of Churchland LLC. Lindsay Himelright represented the seller.
Jack Mani sold space at 820 Greenbrier Circle in Chesapeake. Lindsey R. Elliott handled the negotiations.
Williamsburg-based Sotherly Hotels Inc. closed on the $42 million sale of the DoubleTree by Hilton Raleigh Brownstone in Raleigh, North Carolina. A portion of the proceeds was used to repay the first mortgage and repay a majority of the Kemmons Wilson secured note.
Lovegodesss Women’s Center leased 4,981 square feet of industrial space at 116 S. Independence Blvd. in Virginia Beach. John P. Duffy represented the tenant.
Vectrona LLC leased 4,535 square feet of office space at Gateway Executive Center, 468 Viking Drive in Virginia Beach. John P. Duffy represented the landlord.
Bristol Hospice - Virginia Beach LLC leased 3,644 square feet of office space at Gateway Executive Center, 468 Viking Drive in Virginia Beach. John P. Duffy represented the landlord.
ILKB Too LLC (I Love Kickboxing.com) leased 3,100 square feet of retail space at Lynnhaven Convenience Center, 2676-2738 Virginia Beach Blvd. in Virginia Beach. Clay Willis and Eric Stanley represented the landlord.
Coastal Virginia Building Industry Association Inc. leased 3,014 square feet of office space at 5041 Corporate Woods Drive in Virginia Beach. Brett Sain represented the tenant.
Shovel Kings LLC leased 3,000 square feet of industrial space at 609 Rotary St. in Hampton. Clay Culbreth represented the landlord and the tenant.
Hubcap and Wheel of Virginia Beach LLC leased 2,500 square feet of retail space at 412 Newtown Road in Virginia Beach. Clay Willis and Wick Smith represented the landlord.
Mosquito Elite Pest Control leased 1,800 square feet of industrial space at 1025 Executive Blvd. in Chesapeake. Tony Weiss represented the landlord. Brett Sain represented the tenant.
J McLaughlin leased 1,287 square feet of retail space at La Promenade, 1860 Laskin Road in Virginia Beach. Dawn F. Griggs represented the tenant.
Krystal P. Gayle leased 1,212 square feet of retail space at CheckSmart Plaza, 5650 Virginia Beach Blvd. in Virginia Beach. Ted Levin represented the landlord.
@SkynStuff LLC leased 1,042 square feet of office space at McCale Professional Park, 729 Thimble Shoals Blvd. in Newport News. Teresa Nettles represented the landlord.
Expeditors International of Washington Inc. leased 7,755 square feet of office space in Independence Place at 676 Independence Parkway in Virginia Beach. Brian Devlin represented the landlord.
ABNB Federal Credit Union leased 3,200 square feet of retail space in West Little Creek Shoppes at 129 West Little Creek Road in Norfolk. George Fox and Kris Fuller represented the landlord.
Royal Construction Asset Management LLC leased 2,948 square feet of office space in Northampton Executive Center, 1300 Diamond Springs Road in Virginia Beach. Krista Costa, Nicole Campbell and Rachel Salasky represented the landlord.
Happy Hour Hostess leased 2,200 square feet of office space in Haygood Executive Park, 4652 Haygood Road in Virginia Beach. Casey Kimmel and Elizabeth Paasch represented the landlord.
United Intervention leased 2,008 square feet of office space in Harbour Breeze Professional Center at 1530 Breezeport Way in Suffolk. Krista Costa and Nicole Campbell represented the landlord.
G.M. Hill Engineering leased 1,712 square feet of office space at One Columbus Center in Virginia Beach. Krista Costa, Vivian Turok and Michael Divaris represented the landlord.
Premium E-Store LLC leased 4,200 square feet of industrial space at 2996 Reliance Drive in Virginia Beach. Bobby Beasley III handled this transaction.
Empyreal Grow leased 3,500 square feet of retail space at 415 North Military Highway in Norfolk. Bob King handled this transaction.
Los Compadres Taqueria and Marisqueria leased 3,467 square feet of retail space at 3360 Commander Sheppard Blvd. in Hampton. Michael Allen handled this transaction.
Royal Construction Asset Management LLC leased 2,948 square feet of office space at 1300 Diamond Springs Road in Virginia Beach. Gerald Keller represented the landlord.
Schock Metal America leased space at 1230 Scholastic Way in Chesapeake. Bill Brackman handled the negotiations.
Double H. Painting & Design leased space at 809 Professional Place in Chesapeake. Shannon Stidham and Brett Pyka handled the negotiations.
Dominion Services to All People Inc. leased space at 2018/2020 Exploration Way in Hampton. Larry Rumsey handled the negotiations.
RLB Enterprises LLC leased space at 809 Live Oak in Chesapeake. Lindsey R. Elliott handled the negotiations.
Coastal Downsizing leased space at 315 Great Bridge Blvd. in Chesapeake. Lindsey R. Elliott handled the negotiations.
Parrish Amusements Inc. leased a space at 4011 Seaboard Court in Portsmouth. Bill Brackman handled the negotiations.
K Plus Caulking and Waterproofing leased space at 3703 Broadway St. in Portsmouth. Larry Rumsey handled the negotiations.
Nichole Wardlaw leased space at 3333 Station House Road in Chesapeake. Shannon Stidham handled the negotiations.
G Iron Design LLC leased space at 801 Butler St. in Chesapeake. Shannon Stidham handled the negotiations.
Bay Compliance and Testing LLC leased space at 315 Great Bridge Blvd. in Chesapeake. Lindsey R. Elliott handled the negotiations.
Homes.com renewed its lease of 25,737 square feet of office space at 150 Granby St. in Norfolk. Christine M. Kaempfe represented the tenant.
Engineering Services Network Inc. renewed its lease of 19,918 square feet of office space at 1420 Kristina Way in Chesapeake. John P. Duffy represented the landlord. Christine M. Kaempfe represented the tenant.
Casey Auto Group renewed its lease of 11,940 square feet of office space at 813 Diligence Drive in Newport News. Teresa Nettles represented the landlord.
Maryland and Virginia Milk Producers renewed its lease of 12,270 square feet of office space at 3606 Acorn Ave. in Newport News. Clay Culbreth represented the landlord and the tenant.
Perfect Commerce renewed its lease of 1,985 square feet of office space at One Bayport Way in Newport News. Teresa Nettles represented the landlord.
Breakaway Jiu Jitsu LLC renewed its lease of 1,892 square feet of office space at International Distribution Center, 11861 Canon Blvd. in Newport News. Teresa Nettles represented the landlord.
Tidewater Kidney specialists Inc. renewed its lease of 1,885 square feet of office space at the 1200 Building, 1200 First Colonial Road in Virginia Beach. Rob Wright and Josh Fulton represented the landlord.
J&P Enterprize LLC renewed its lease of 1,100 square feet of industrial space at 840 Juniper Crescent in Chesapeake. Tom Dana represented the landlord.
Serco Inc. renewed the lease for 12,135 square feet of office space at 5700 Thurston Ave. in Virginia Beach. Krista Costa, Nicole Campbell and Rachel Salasky represented the landlord.
Joaquin Gayosso Castilla renewed the lease for 6,750 square feet of retail space in Mt. Pleasant Village Shopping Center, 457 Mount Pleasant Road in Chesapeake. Lindsay Bangel and Elizabeth Napolitano represented the landlord.
Sally Beauty Co. Inc. renewed the lease for 2,025 square feet of retail space in Salem Crossing Shopping Center, 2029 S. Lynnhaven Parkway in Virginia Beach. Kris Fuller and Levi Thomson represented the landlord.
Sen. Tim Kaine renewed the lease for 1,120 square feet of office space in Armada Hoffler Tower, 222 Central Park Ave. in Virginia Beach. Sezin Cortinas and Gerald Divaris represented the landlord.
Amazing Cuts renewed its lease of 600 square feet of retail space at 1213-H George Washington Highway in York County. Alex Stern and Matt Leffler handled the transaction.
The F.A. Bartlett Tree Expert Co. renewed its lease of 1,250 square feet of industrial space at 3835-A Holland Blvd. in Chesapeake. Chip Worley handled this transaction.
80/20 Burger renewed its lease of 3,600 square feet of retail space at 123 West 21st St. in Norfolk. Bob King handled this transaction.
Hanger Prosthetics & Orthotics renewed its lease of 6,897 square feet of retail space at 5809 West Norfolk Road in Portsmouth. Larry Hecht handled this transaction.
Nam’s Cleaners renewed its lease of 1,600 square feet of retail space at 130002-C Warwick Blvd. in Newport News. Kimberly Worley handled this transaction.
Southeast Connection LLC renewed its lease of 28,720 square feet of industrial space at 1025 Ruritan Blvd. in Chesapeake. Chip Worley handled this transaction.
Your Mama’s Kitchen renewed its lease of 6,000 square feet of retail space at 1872 E. Little Creek Road in Norfolk. Larry Hecht handled this transaction.
Virginia Vacuum Center renewed its lease of 2,250 square feet of retail space at 5807 W. Norfolk Road in Portsmouth. Larry Hecht handled this transaction.
Lavish Nail Salon renewed its lease for 1,400 square feet of retail space at Greentree Commons, 480 Kempsville Road in Chesapeake. Cole Werkheiser represented the landlord.
Lowell Stanley, Attorney at Law renewed his lease for 2,783 square feet of office space at Cross Roads Center, 6330 Newtown Road in Norfolk. Cole Werkheiser represented the landlord.
Dramatic Enterprises renewed its lease at 5654 Parliament Drive in Virginia Beach. Lindsey R. Elliott handled the negotiations.
Best Choice Roofing & Home Improvements Inc. renewed its lease at 317 Great Bridge Blvd. in Chesapeake. Lindsey R. Elliott and David Hunter handled the negotiations.
Commonwealth Window Tinting renewed its lease at 317 Great Bridge Blvd. in Chesapeake. Lindsey R. Elliott handled the negotiations.
On Point Supply LLC renewed its lease at 500 Freeman Ave. in Chesapeake. Larry Rumsey handled the negotiations.
Millennium Window Tint renewed its lease at 3901 Garwood Ave. in Portsmouth. Bill Brackman handled negotiations.
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Michael Wright renewed its lease at 1170 Lance Road in Norfolk. Bill Brackman handled the negotiations.
Lyons Magnus LLC renewed its lease at 3737 Holland Blvd. in Chesapeake. Lindsey R. Elliott handled the negotiations.
Arthur Odgers renewed its lease at 3901 Garwood Ave. in Portsmouth. Bill Brackman handled the negotiations.
Integrated Video Solutions renewed its lease at 809 Live Oak Drive in Chesapeake. Lindsey R. Elliott handled the negotiations.
D & I Roofing Corporation renewed its lease at 124 Robert Hall in Chesapeake. Robb Riddle handled the negotiations.
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Juniper Networks Inc. (JNPR) is priced at $28.09 after the most latest trading session. At the very opening of the session, the stock price was $28.65 and reached a high price of $28.90, prior to closing the session it reached the value of $28.37. The stock touched a low price of $28.08.Recently in News on July 13, 2022, Juniper Networks Introduces New AI-Driven Switch and Enhanced AIOps Capabilities for Simpler Wired/Wireless Deployments and Optimized Client-to-Cloud User Experiences. Mist AI brings ease and flexibility to access layer switching, lowers wireless deployment costs with auto AP placement/orientation and delivers even more insight and actions via Marvis Virtual Network Assistant. You can read further details here
Juniper Networks Inc. had a pretty favorable run when it comes to the market performance. The 1-year high price for the company’s stock is recorded $38.14 on 03/31/22, with the lowest value was $27.04 for the same time period, recorded on 07/05/22.
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Price records that include history of low and high prices in the period of 52 weeks can tell a lot about the stock’s existing status and the future performance. Presently, Juniper Networks Inc. shares are logging -26.35% during the 52-week period from high price, and 7.54% higher than the lowest price point for the same timeframe. The stock’s price range for the 52-week period managed to maintain the performance between $26.12 and $38.14.
The company’s shares, operating in the sector of Technology managed to top a trading volume set approximately around 1240327 for the day, which was evidently lower, when compared to the average daily volumes of the shares.
When it comes to the year-to-date metrics, the Juniper Networks Inc. (JNPR) recorded performance in the market was -20.55%, having the revenues showcasing -19.93% on a quarterly basis in comparison with the same period year before. At the time of this writing, the total market value of the company is set at 9.12B, as it employees total of 10191 workers.
During the last month, 6 analysts gave the Juniper Networks Inc. a BUY rating, 2 of the polled analysts branded the stock as an OVERWEIGHT, 9 analysts were recommending to HOLD this stock, 0 of them gave the stock UNDERWEIGHT rating, and 2 of the polled analysts provided SELL rating.
According to the data provided on Barchart.com, the moving average of the company in the 100-day period was set at 32.22, with a change in the price was noted -6.62. In a similar fashion, Juniper Networks Inc. posted a movement of -19.05% for the period of last 100 days, recording 4,029,078 in trading volumes.
Total Debt to Equity Ratio (D/E) can also provide valuable insight into the company’s financial health and market status. The debt to equity ratio can be calculated by dividing the present total liabilities of a company by shareholders’ equity. Debt to Equity thus makes a valuable metrics that describes the debt, company is using in order to support assets, correlating with the value of shareholders’ equity The total Debt to Equity ratio for JNPR is recording 0.00 at the time of this writing. In addition, long term Debt to Equity ratio is set at 0.39.
Raw Stochastic average of Juniper Networks Inc. in the period of last 50 days is set at 18.11%. The result represents downgrade in oppose to Raw Stochastic average for the period of the last 20 days, recording 43.78%. In the last 20 days, the company’s Stochastic %K was 54.22% and its Stochastic %D was recorded 55.56%.
Now, considering the stocks previous presentation, multiple moving trends are noted. Year-to-date Price performance of the company’s stock appears to be encouraging, given the fact the metric is recording -20.55%. Additionally, trading for the stock in the period of the last six months notably deteriorated by -17.14%, alongside a boost of 3.84% for the period of the last 12 months. The shares increased approximately by 1.18% in the 7-day charts and went up by -4.09% in the period of the last 30 days. Common stock shares were lifted by -19.93% during last recorded quarter.